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read texas texas goes. we talked about the premise of the book. it all sorted of started. >> you probably remember the rick pear's succession moment he called for vai lantly ambushed the federal government in front of a large crowd. he said something like no, we have a fine union. there's no talk of leaving. if washington continues to do the terrible things its doing who knows what will happen. i did not regard it as a real commitment. if you're married and your spouse says there's nothing wrong with this marriage. there's no reason to dissolve it. if you continue to behave in the unsatisfactory manner it wasn't good. i thought about that and i thought about wow, if you look back over the last thirty years, texas has pretty much dominated the national yeand -- agenda. if you look at the savings and loan crisis in the '80s it started when ronald region -- charters of the texas. he did that because he felt that the texas ones were profitable. no, he no noticed the texas ones were all cooking the books that's why they were doing so well. and i kind of looked at that, there was a pie
. >> rose: they wanted him because they thought he could carry texas. >> and the south. eisenhower took texas by 200,000 votes in 1956. the republicans were strong in texas. and eisenhower had also carried four other southern states. kennedy knew-- and he was right-- if he didn't carry texas and get back some of the southern states, he wouldn't win. >> rose: so johnson in effect helped elect kennedy. >> that's one of the forgotten, absolutely forgotten chapters. because johnson makes a campaign through the south. he does an old fashioned whistlestop campaign. he pulls into all these southern towns. the yellow rose of texas is blaring. and the volume is turned up by bobby baker, his secretary of the senate, so it would pull into town and johnson would start speaking, you know, anded he'd give a speech, "we have to have a southerner on the ticket. let's not let the south be forgotten." the train would pull away. johnson wouldn't be finished talking. he once said in a town named cullpepper, as the train is pulling out he said, "what did dick nixon ever do for cullpupper?" >> rose: so they'
of her letters were in the university of texas, the great archives of the world. i was able to go on a traumatic day and see she had neatly kept hundreds of letters that my father and family wrote to each other in the 20s. i saw patterns, the anger that had gone on 60 years before i was on the planet that became stamped on us. it became our dna. >> anything that helped you get insight as to why so much of your brother's anger and passion into what you regarded as coo coo politics? >> that is an interesting question. it is hard. what i have learned is, i have written biographies, bingham family of louisville. we take a letter of a piece of evidence, there is a ah-huh, this anger daughter wrote a letter to her father. my grandfather working away in san antonio then adored this daughter, book dedicated to him. she was then gone up to new york and going to school at columbia. he wrote her a furious letter. >> your grandfather? >> yes. you have broken your promise and haven't been putting yourself full time, although the book would you say in the front of "new york times". he pulled th
to come. in san antonio, texas, karen brown, wjz eyewitness news. >> staff sergeant jesse childress was also laid to rest saturday at a private service in colorado. stay with wjz for complete coverage of the tragedy in aurora. for the very latest on the suspect, the victims and the investigation, you can log onto >>> meanwhile, back here in maryland, nine people are recovering tonight after the boat they were on sank. it happened just east of ocean city. the coast guard got the call this morning that the boat was taking on water. it sank about a half hour after the call came in. everyone on board was rescued and pulled from the water. >>> a howard county police officer is recovering after the car jumped a curb and hit his cruiser. happened in north laurel at washington boulevard and davis avenue, just after 1:00 saturday morning. officials say this woman here, yolanda merchison drove her car over the median. she is charged with driving while intoxicated. >>> they found an adult male with trauma to his upper body here in the 300 block of south charles street. the man died of
in colorado and the latest there. mourners packing churches in few of the areas jessica's funeral in texas. her friends urging everyone to remember her spunky all be it clumsy and lively girl . jesse never thought she was beautiful. she was not pretty enough to be on air and worried about making it in the business. those of you in the industry know, there was not a doubt if she would make it she was talented and spunky and extremely funny and joyful and quirky and often, very often inappropriate. >> yeah, he was talking about jessica's aspiration to be a sphorts journalist. >> elizabeth in aurora, colorado, details about the psychiatrist that treated alleged shooter james holmes. we are getting information on the doctor in colorado. the phone calls were not rurped. we are trying to figure out whether jameless holmes was treated. but she was the intended recipient of the package including the notebook earlier in the week whether or not we'll learn what is in the notebook may come in holmes arraignment where we will learn his charges. he will not be required to file a formal plea but he coul
is best for texas. >> there is a lot of the people who don't intimately and expertly know how texas operates and come in and endorsed in the race and with all due respect. i respect each one of those individuals, but they don't know how texas works and if they did, they would endorse david dehurst. >> that race has been a nasty one. both sides exchanging bitir attack ads. both candidates, and we'll tune in tomorrow 12:50 eastern time for that. look being at the focus now and details of the alleged colorado shooter. word that he was treated by a psychiatrist at the university he attended. hundreds of miles away from colorado two more victims will be laid to rest. elizabeth is joining us live from aurora with more on this. >> hi, uma, grieving and mourning continuous as funerals continue all day. jessica, the young sports journalist will be laid to rest in san antonio. and matt oquinlaid to rest in ohio . he shielded his girl frepped from gun fire. they will have a memorial service in buckley air force base. the defendant was seeing a university of colorado psyche trimpt they wanted i
custody of a monkey. this is for real. in bianna golodryga's home state of texas. the primate in question made a court appearance. john muller is on the case. >> reporter: strange noises and an air on monkey business fill a texas courtroom. a custody battle with a texas-sized twist. the kind of courtroom surprise reserved for a hollywood farce. the battle for custody is over a monkey. a 6-year-old monkey named kiko. donning a polka dot dress, the monkey in the middle of a custody battle between debbie burg and a mississippi woman who didn't appear in court but claims the funky monkey was originally hers before she was repossessed. with a monkey on her back, debbie can't imagine losing kiko. >> devastating. it would be hard on kiko, too. imagine taking a 6-year-old child and putting it into a home it doesn't know. >> reporter: berg said she bought kiko as a companion for her other monkey, daisy, a year before the mississippi woman's monkey was even born. with both in court, it was a cage full of monkeys. the texas judge and lawyer taking the monkeying around in stride. >> i wouldn't want t
the latest from san antonio, texas. >> reporter: her home state flag flew in her honor, as they gathered in san antonio to celebration her life. >> she in other words lived without passion, and she will not stop. >> reporter: there were tears for the 24-year-old with a passion for hockey. and some laughter, especially when this video played showing her a intern falling on the ice as she conducted her first interview. she survived a deadly shooting last month in toronto, but was one of the 12 killed when james holmes allegedly opened fire in a midnight showing of the new batman movie in aurora, colorado. >> let's not focus on him. let's do what we can to remember the victims, and share their stories. >> reporter: her brother -- >> this coward did this with this much hate? imagine what we can do with all our love. >> reporter: her family made it a point to remember the other victims, especially the ones who died protecting others. matt mick quinn was one of them. he was remembered in ohio saturday. the 27-year-old died protecting his girlfriend. >> his meet response was to protect the woma
custody of a monkey. in texas. the primate in question made a court appearance. john muller is on the case. >> reporter: strange noises and an air on monkey business fill a courtroom. a custody battle with a texas-sized twist. the kind of courtroom surprise reserved for a hollywood farce. it's over kiko. donning a polka dot dress, the monkey in the middle of a custody battle between debbie burg and a mississippi woman who wasn't in court who claims the monkey was hers before it was repossessed. zw devastating. it would be hard on kiko, too. imagine taking a 6-year-old child and putting it into a home it doesn't know. >> reporter: burg said she bought kiko as a kon companion for her other monkey. with both in court, it was a cage full of monkeys. the texas judge and lawyer taking the monkeying around in stride. >> i wouldn't want to turn them loose this the courtroom. but it was kind of a delight to have them here. >> it's a good break from the normal lawsuits. >> reporter: as she strolled out of court, kiko seems pleased with the justice. the judge dwranted a stay so that the amongky can s
my other journalism. it is also -- i shined a light on odessa, texas, in "friday night lights," and i shined a light on myself with the same standards. i feel if you are going to write -- if you want to call it a memoir, that is fine. it is a personal story. you have to be honest. i mean, honesty, i guess, is brutal. otherwise, what's the point? i have read memoirs and i have to tell you, i feel a lot of them are kind of jiggered here and jiggered there, and everything turns out happily in the end. i didn't want to do that, but i knew that some people would say, whoa, whoa, you are really going deep here, and he's a defenseless little boy. but i wanted to know how much he knew about himself, and i did want to tell him. tavis: when you shined that light on odessa, texas, there are things about itself -- that is to say, the town - >> yes. tavis: things that odessa had to face about itself that it might not have liked so much. >> yes, that is true. tavis: that is an understatement, of course. >> [laughs] i think that is true. tavis: when buzz shines the light on himself on friday or any
officer from illinois and, an aspiring sports reporter from texas and a man who was last -- whose last living act was saving his girlfriend from gunfire. all were under the age of 30. we have more on these people, who they were, how they are being remembered. many being laid to rest. in other cases their memorial services, a host of things. >> it's a very emotional day for a lot of the people affected by this theater shooting. as you know, fred, funerals are for a couple things, embrace your loved ones and remember life. and three lives are being remembered to day from this theater shooting. one is john larimer, 27 years old. followed the footsteps of his grandfather and father. he enlisted in the u.s. navy and in the first posting there in colorado. he's from crystal lake, illinois. you see this photo there, charming man. big smile on him. we spoke to his father last week, scott larimer who was just devastated. the family is still trying to make sense of his death. his body was flown back to crystal lake, illinois. you see it. there crowds lining up and down the boulevard to receive h
to be an environmentalist she was nursing her 6 month daughter olivia and a story had been done by texas tech where they looked at breast milk samples, all were contaminated with rocket fuel. i was stunned, i thought breast milk was as pure as it came for food source. i was up all night thinking about it. i tell the story about michelle from california whose family was the first family to be monitored in the oakland tribune. it stunned even scientists. the tests found many of the same chemicals they found in charlotte's 5-year-old mic ala, she had recently spent a lot of time in nail salons. the biggest surprise of what they found in 2-year-old rowland, chemicals found in nearly anyone else in the world 6 times higher than in parents, twice the levels that researchers see in land animals. this is a serious warning said a scientist researchers on flame retar tkapbts. young children are exposed because they put their hands in their mouth and bodies don't eliminate chemicals as readily. to me i think very historically crystallizes what we are learning. that was a story in 2006 by the environmental wor
an emergency landing in texas. this land on a service drive. the plane was in trouble what was trying to land. it needed to get down as quickly as possible. ysabel: there is an overnight flash flood the left the is northeast kentucky community in shambles. to be rescued from the rushing waters. the storm and mccarter county area left several other holmes damage critical >> text that texas rain and lots of it. he said that the heavy rain helps creeks ever flow and cause fluttered roadways. >> we would be back in just achaemenids. -- we will be back in just a few minutes. talk in this hour. but it will fall back to the coast line and it will slowly creep back in the overnight hours. let's take a look at the temperatures in irian is mostly the '50s the round the area to the right now but as we head into the afternoon we will say upper eighties expected and east bay. it will be pretty chilly around the coast about 65 degrees. it'll be in the '70s in the heart of the bay. let's take a look of the 7 day around the bay. we had a warm-up as we head into the work week. ysabel: with state and local
? >> i was born in texas, and he was at that time -- he was for much of his life a college professor and a teacher, as was my mother, who is still living. and very active, by the way. and he was teaching at a little school called texas a & i in kingsville texas in 1934 before i was born. then we moved before chattanooga tennessee, and he taught there the university of chattanooga in the late 1930s and early 1940's. then in world war ii he went in -- and he taught other schools as well. then he went into the atomic energy commission when they were hiring at oakridge, and became involved in a lot of political and oficial issues there, which had not been his field before. he was a pofessor of english literature. and then after the war, they moved him and our family up here and he worked for the a.e.c. here in washington. so my childhood was spent mostly in tennessee, then in this metro area up through the early 1950's. >> the reason i ask that, your mom was a classic scholar. >> yes. she studied greek and latin at the university of mississippi, which is where my father met her. he had b
>> jimmy: huey lewis and joe cocker! if you are in dallas, texas tomorrow night, you can see them i want to thank charlie sheen, nicole "snooki" polizzi. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time. good night, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey, there's barely a line at space mountain. you there ! i am looking for someone, hair black as night, skin white as snow ! yeah, yeah, i got that ! she is at the castle. dad ! honey ! but she's on the move. disney mobile magic, on verizon. you wouldn't happen to have an apple ? find characters, access wait times for the park you're in, and enjoy premium features when you download disney mobile magic, powered by verizon. >>> "abc 7 news" has confirmed that san jose police have found a car belonging to a man that killed two people on on north 7th street. >> the car was found abandoned. they believe they shot two people in a domestic violence dispute. >> medina is still on the run. he is believed to be in southern california. his black maxima was towed and now being held in evidence. >> we'll bring you updates as the that story develops.
rick perry, then governor of texas, pat robertson. they knew he was a catholic that was pro-choice, but they also said he is a culture who hate liberals and he can win and they put money on the line for an. he never made it. he just fizzled so badly. and out the way through 2011 with the experts at the national turnover, the expert of the national journal and political poll were asked for all the democratic candidate. who did better than did any surprise to be doing worse than it? worse than it was senator obama. better than expected with senator clinton. two days later she lost. she blew it at the i/o chip or send jackson event. we have to understand there's a lot more contingency. as i started to work on the campaign, one of the first things i realized as this sounds awfully simple, but it's not. there really are only three campaigns. there is the challenger on the party out of power to capture the white house. and then there's either an incumbent trying to hold and defend the white house after four years for a successor trying to maintain control of the white house for th
businesses. with the annual mailing sent by the texas treasurer's office to food establishments, we mailed over 3000 food establishments in several different languages, information about needs for accessibility requirements, warnings of the potential lawsuits, and -- until we get that information to the businesses. we had three businesses contact us after receiving the mailings. since 2008, our office has conducted 51 presentations and/or workshops. i have listed here that 28 had been city-wide presentations and on the left-hand side is the district and the number of presentations per district. for businesses have access the loan program, 40 businesses have utilized the bar association pose a legal services, we had 25 articles in print media, 10 in the chinese press, seven in the chronicle sf gate, and in the examiner. we have not done enough outrage and effort -- outreach and effort into the ethnic, primarily the legend media. that is the third biggest business sector. we did a panel presentation on your legal rights with chuck finney and our office has seen 183 clients on ada issues, whe
and some of the ones moving former assemblyman chuck the board took off to texas according to washington times reports citing high taxes. >>> today and even republican party. and on his youtube channel assembly in nathan fletcher announced the moves you from republicans and independents. democrats playmaking increasingly conservative national agenda. degrees this is where the grass roots efforts really needs to support them if they have no money is good to give democrats the possibility of winning two- thirds of the house. the equates where some strategists see doom he sees opportunity. democrats of seen the senate and assembly and gov. step and we had nearly 11 percent unemployment. he says it's all a matter of control in the state gop's message. and attract the more multi-cultural following but that is going to take time and money but it's unclear the state gop has. in oakland kristen air cbs five. prior colossi we prelate will assess the river california has more than $2 billion in public funds cutting red and insights the state department of finance says it's more like a billion dol
. this poem is called big thicket jasper, texas. a crack is a buck shot. big thickel. crack, headlights staggering home. the road kills. crack, big thicket. the sticks, drink, drink, headlight stagger in the road. creek, crack, stick broke light kills. big thickel. buck shot by the white headlights to big thicket. what you looking at. crack, the white stick big thicket along the trees. the buck is staggering home. crack, we go to big thicket what you are doing here. break for home. on the road, go, go, crack, crack, crack, big thicket. headlights what you think you are. huff, is this, critic o crack, a stick broke. buck in the brushes. put them back on. what you think. in the rushes. put them back o. big thicket we go to creek. go to head staggers along the trees. crack, a stick broke the creek breaks big thicket we go, buck shot, home we go, go, big thicket. road kill. staggering bucks. headlight rushes. screeching. road screeching, what you what you. we go, we go. crack. bones. road kills a broke stick along the staggering creek we go on. [applause] >> i will close with a poem from t
vida asÍ. es increÍble la tormenta afectÓ del estado de texas, connecticut, nueva giro sei y new york. 8 estados en total parecieron vientos de 70 millas por hora. llevaron los residentes a ayudar a las autoridades en la limpieza de las Áreas afectadas. ayer rÁpido pero fuerte. y en el aÑo pasado. yo he visto. una tormenta con toro mates. >>> la iglesia de brooklyn fue cerrada definitivamente. para los daÑos estructurales en un lugar considero histÓrico en la ciudad indz debts que dejÓ preocupados a los trabajadores de construcciÓn trabaja y ya. no toma precauciÓn. una tormenta con mil rayos. produjo serios problemas para new york. y en en sullivan ya cayÓ granizo del tamaÑo de pelotas de golf. debido a los daÑos estructurales. en 3 estados afectados alrededor de 200 mil personas continÚan sin servicio elÉctrico. y las tormentas que se anuncian para las prÓxima horas, desafortunadamente no van a contribuir a que este servicio sea re enz tua radio. en brooklyn new york. blanca rosa vilches univisiÓn. >>> vamos a comerciales al regreso agentes de inmigraciÓn no pueden ar
to be home? this is said in a texas accent. i would say i don't know. he said you have to be there because they are my pears and precious and have to put them in the refrigerator the minute you come in. i learned to say okay. then the fruit would come and it would be wrapped like a bomb or something, each fruit, each pear. these gorgeous asian pears had sty row foam socks wrapped around them. after the fruit came you'd get a series of phone calls, can i demand a refund from the ups man, are you sure, can you write down what time it came? >> you have been carrying around this story all your life, what happened, why turn it into a book? >> it was a huge decision. it came completely. so many of us carry around this sibling thing in the attic thing. it came to me because something happened in our life which transformed our relationship. it was huge for me and huge for him. we learned how to become a team. and we had, my brother had a crisis and wrote me a letter about it, kind of a stunning letter that came like a time bomb, when he was quite young, barely 50 that he had a rare form of non smo
on ropes of camel smoke and demand a texas holdum. no wonder they call it spirits. spirits vad my father with cower vas yea. spirits made him burn rubber screaming in the driveway. the marianet and tongue were skillets at mid night. i wouldn't see his ass again until the next afternoon. twoshgs johnnie. gee my cousin john edwards volunteered for possession every week. he was certified. ex exor citizenim did nothing. colt 45, crazy horse they demand the sacrifices in blood so bottles would go to the couch friday night. walls kicked until straight jackets lay waiting on the lawn. mama would site visions of gang boys with metal vent as if it explained anything. it didn't between dusk from the and dawn saturday he was ready to blow the -- up. do you want some of this? oh , no, yes oh , no or yes , i will be damn, i will be damn, i will be damn. [applause] >> this is called someone else's child. and i guess it's a sort of an imagined conversation with a took place in a real moment in my father's hospital room in a matter of weeks before he died. my father is my foster father and there was al
democrat from san francisco, you can -- they can share a space with a religious republican from texas, but why would you want to do that? you know going in you will have problems and if we can avoid that on 11th street, i think we should and now would be the time. thank you. >> mr. president, commissioners. i am an attorney in san francisco, i specialized in entertainment venues. 50% of every large entertainment venue that has built -- been built in the last five years i have had something to do with. i am concerned about this plan and certain aspects. it is a good plan but 11th street mixing of new commercial condos and slims and dna lounge will destroy all those the news. half of my practice and people ask me what i do, immediate the neighbors, i go to hearings and it is all about neighbors coming in and complaining about existing venues. i was involved with the slim's situation, before they let that be built as live-work, they signed a notice of special restrictions. it is on the day that tells them they are moving into a 24 hour day commercial zone with nightclubs and living next
on board a small plane in texas. two people walked away unscathed as their plane made an emergency landing. the f-a-a says the plane developed engine trouble---- making an emergency landing on an access road off a major interstate. bad day for a pet store in new york. one of their most expensive dogs were stolen...and in an unusual way. take a look here... this thief isn't fixing his pants...he's actually stuffing a one pound...nine week old ápomeranian dogá in it. surveillance video shows one guy distracting the store clerk while the other guy gets away with stealing the dog. the store is offering 5- hundred dollars to anyone who can find the pooch. 3 3 the u-s economy still sputtering.a look at the reasons why. 3 i feel like it's an attempt to embarrass me or to intimidate me me a mayor outraged over a parking ticket..... creates his own parking place.... how he defends what some are calling an abuse of power. no its not halloween....but its definitely the time to dress up...the event happening downtown thats turning heads... subway: the new santa fe steak melts. get extra gran
, in san antonio, texas. just a short time ago one of her broadcast colleagues remembering sort of embarrassing story about when jessica first started saying she forgot to put her microphone on one of the first times she's on air. some of the things we all forget to do from time to time. but you see her just an aspiring sports broadcaster whose life was cut short way too soon at 24 years old. and last, matt mcquinn's funeral will be held today. he dove on his girlfriend to take the bullet for her. his family trying to make sense of his heroic deed there on july 20th in aurora, colorado. his uncle spoke to a local affiliate and said that he's just glad that his son -- his nephew died in this heroic way but just a big tragedy for the family. >> all right. . >> you can't think. all can you do is react. and for matt to immediately react to protect the one that he loved showed us what a great -- what great character he had and made us proud that he was a part of our family. >> and it's that character there, several of these men that died in the shooting of the 12 killed did protect g
today. in texas, powerful words during a service for jessica ghawi from her brother. >> if this coward would have done this with this much hate, imagine what we can do with this much love. and the other thing is if you're putting your dreams on hold, you stop that right now. you chase those dreams. you don't know how long you have here. is. >> nick, three victims. three very different pointian memorial services.s. >> nick, three victims. three very different pointian memorial services.. >> nick, three victims. three very different pointian memorial services. >> nick, three victims. three very different pointian memorial services. >> an overwhelming day for all of us that have covered this shooting particularly and especially for the families and victims of this horrendous attack. three people honored today, their lives remembered. jessica ghawi being sort of the quintessential face of this shooting that happened just one week ago yesterday. jessica, an aspiring sports broadcaster, chased her dreams, known to her friends as gentlemjesse red, a huge fan of hockey. we listened to her serv
, oklahoma, northern parts of texas. we're talking about heat index values in excess of 100 degrees up to 115 degrees. what a heat index value of 115 means is that when you head outdoors, it feels like 115 degrees, very dangerous stuff. as we head into the next couple of days, we're not really going to be seeing much relief as far as those top temperatures, triple digits for today. into tomorrow, 108 could be your high temperature in tulsa, oklahoma. kansas city, 102 for tomorrow. to kick off the workweek, more triple digit heat. 110 in tulsa. 106 could be the high temperature in little rock. then the other extreme. flash flooding going on right now across portions of new england and northeast. massachusetts, connecticut, and portions of upstate new york dealing with flooding, even along long island with strong storms that are rolling through. we also have a risk for some severe weather with some of those storms, large hail and damaging winds being the main concerns. we'll keep you posted as we got warnings. >> jamie: we really appreciate it. thank you so much. rick? >> ricky: new details abo
: a new debate about stimulus saying that the obama administration -- waco, texas, uncle sam helping or hurting the economy? the republican line. caller: this government and this president is killing jobs. obamacare, at the very beginning, there is a 3.8% surcharge. for people like me who have our own businesses with a great number of employees, there is a medicare tax that goes up to 3.8% in addition to the first 3.8%. you had that up and -- you add that up and you look at local government or you have 8% or 9% right there. so you have a 60% marginal tax bracket. government is sucking the money out of us so fast it is unbelievable. and what we do? there's $60 billion in waste in medicare. $40 billion in fraud in medicaid. and look at the energies with solyndra and things like that. host: hold on, what is your line of business? what do you do? caller: i ran a production unit, produced a low molecular mass saw. host: how many people did you employed? caller: in 1991, i have around 700 workers. -- i had about 700 workers. with the boom, i had about a thousand. and then obama came in and
younger brothers. 32-year-old texas native rebecca wingo has two young girls. she joined the air force after high school. fluent in chinese, she served as a translator before moving to colorado. >> the sweetest smile you ever seen. she got prettier as she grew older. in the blink of an eye, something happens and completely changes everyone's life forever. >> reporter: in the blink of an eye, everyone's life can change forever. little veronica moser-sullivan's life had only just begun. the youngest of all the victims. she was just 6 years old. a vibrant little girl. she'd just learned to swim. a swimsuit, stuffed animals and candles now surround the cross placed in veronica's memory. tom and karen teves lost a son, alex, who was killed while shielding his girlfriend from gunfire. alex died a hero on monday, his father faced the suspect in court and saw, in his own words, a coward. i spoke with them monday night. >> i'm so sorry for your loss. i mean, it sounds like such a hollow thing to say. how are you holding up? >> we got to move forward. alex would have expected us to live. we're g
was one of them. she was remembered during a ceremony in san antonio, texas, as a woman who celebrated everyone in her life. friends at her ceremony remembered light moments in the life of an aspiring sports broadcaster, even showing this video of her falling on the isles while wearing heels. at the time, just an intern trying to do an interview, who had her whole life and career ahead of her. matthew mcquinn was also remembered today when the gunfire began, he threw himself in front of his girlfriend, shielding her. he took three bullets, but she survived. friends and family members of the hero packed a church in springfield, ohio to remember him. the girlfriend whose life he saved took one bullet in the knee. she arrived on crutches and wept with his family. also remembered today, alex teves. he was a university of denver alum and also protected his girlfriend from the gunfire. his family gathered, remembering him as a hero who sacrificed his life to save another. the phoenix native graduated just last month in a masters degree in counseling psychology. john larimer was also remember
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